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Licence to operate and social legitimacy
Issue 7 2021, Editor's Choice, Security Services & Risk Management
Unlike a grant of permission to undertake a trade or carry out a business activity subject to regulation or supervision by the licencing authority, the social licence to operate rests in a moral legitimacy.

Leveraging intelligence for surveillance
Issue 6 2021, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Have companies seized the opportunities to complement and enhance the capabilities of both CCTV surveillance and that of intelligence gathering to gain strategic and operational insights?

Viewer’s bias
Issue 5 2021, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Security Services & Risk Management
There is potential in any situation for different interpretations of behaviour and conditions of interaction and the less that people are trained in their interpretation process, the more potential there is for something to go wrong.

Skills in CCTV camera operations
Issue 4 2021, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Security Services & Risk Management
I also come across some delegates who are simply outstanding in their ability to understand and apply the concepts, or who identify potential suspects through a natural feel for criminal behaviour. Early ...

Practical testing issues
CCTV Handbook 2021, Technews Publishing, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Integrated Solutions
Dr Craig Donald discusses practical site testing issues and questions to ask when buying new CCTV systems.

Beyond recognising faces
Issue 1 2021, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
What is the role of CCTV in identification when you can’t identify people’s faces due to everyone wearing a mask? The fact that one can identify the face of a person who has been on the scene has always been an essential part of evidence generation that helps catch and convict criminals.

Enhancing control room effectiveness
Issue 2 2021, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Dr Craig Donald says we need AI or analytics that works seamlessly, instantly, with minimum operator involvement to produce relevant information to augment human decision-making.

CCTV surveillance skills and body language training
Issue 9 2020, News, Training & Education
Omega Training Academy in conjunction with Dr Craig Donald are holding a CCTV Surveillance Skills and Body Language training course for company sponsored delegates.

Supporting human operations
Issue 9 2020, Editor's Choice
Ensuring camera views of critical incident behaviour are displayed adequately for behavioural detection purposes in the control room.

Implementing low dosage full body X-ray systems
Issue 8 2020, Editor's Choice
Low dosage full body X-rays provide a unique and effective means to protect companies and countries from theft and other illegal activities.

Evaluating AI technologies for control room operations
CCTV Handbook 2020, Editor's Choice
Can AI systems improve the performance of control room operators, or even replace them completely? Maybe one day they will, but not today.

The new operator
CCTV Handbook 2020, Bidvest Protea Coin, Technews Publishing, Rhyco Risk Projects, Integrated Solutions
With technology doing more work in control rooms today, do operators need new skills to be able to add value? Are they still needed?


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